The Artificial Intelligence Race: The AI Documentary

The Artificial Intelligence Race: The AI Documentary

  • Artificial Intelligence (AI) is a science and a set of computational technologies that are inspired by—but typically operate quite differently from—the ways people use their nervous systems and bodies to sense, learn, reason, and take action.
  • While the rate of progress in AI has been patchy and unpredictable, there have been significant advances since the field’s inception sixty years ago…

    Toby Walsh, Professor Artificial Intelligence, University of NSW Sydney “There’s lots of AI already in our lives.

  • You can already see it on your smartphone every time you use Siri, every time you ask a lexer a question, every time you actually use your satellite navigation.
  • You are using some AI that’s recognizing your speech, answering questions, giving you search results recommending books for you to buy on Amazon.
  • They’re the beginnings of AI everywhere in our lives.”

Artificial Intelligence (AI) is a science and a set of computational technologies that are inspired by—but typically operate quite differently from—the ways people use their nervous systems and bodies to sense, learn, reason, and take action. While the rate of progress in AI has been patchy and unpredictable, there have been significant advances since the field’s inception sixty years ago…
Toby Walsh, Professor Artificial Intelligence, University of NSW Sydney “There’s lots of AI already in our lives. You can already see it on your smartphone every time you use Siri, every time you ask a lexer a question, every time you actually use your satellite navigation. You are using one of these algorithms. You are using some AI that’s recognizing your speech, answering questions, giving you search results recommending books for you to buy on Amazon. They’re the beginnings of AI everywhere in our lives.”
Continue reading “The Artificial Intelligence Race: The AI Documentary”

Watch the livestream of the 2017 Microsoft Research Faculty Summit—The Edge of AI

Join us July 17 & 18 for Faculty Summit 2017 - The Edge of #AI

  • By Evelyne Viegas, Program Co-Chair of Faculty Summit and Director, Microsoft

    We are looking forward to another informative Microsoft Research Faculty Summit (July 17-18, 2017) where this year’s theme is The Edge of AI.

  • The event will consist of keynotes, sessions, panels, and showcased technologies.
  • The summit brings together thought leaders and researchers from a broad range of disciplines including computer science, social sciences, human design and interactions, and policy.
  • Microsoft AI researchers are striving to create intelligent machines that complement human reasoning, and amplify human ingenuity with intelligent technology.
  • At the core, is the ability to harness the explosion of digital data and computational power with advanced algorithms that extend the ability for machines to learn, reason, sense and understand—enabling collaborative and natural interactions between machines and humans.

We are looking forward to another informative Microsoft Research Faculty Summit (July 17-18, 2017) where this year’s theme is The Edge of AI.
Continue reading “Watch the livestream of the 2017 Microsoft Research Faculty Summit—The Edge of AI”

Cars are learning to hear like humans and self-diagnose problems

Hear that? Your #car just did - ! 🚗 #iot #ai

  • Just like humans identify whether or not there is a problem with the car by hearing odd sounds coming from the engine or by hearing creaking sounds, cars can identify as well.
  • Their software can give cars the ability to diagnose problems themselves by simply hearing anomalous sounds coming from the car and/or the environment.
  • They are testing the tech by providing it with many sounds that come from their cars.
  • This can be a huge boost as one of the important factors of customer dissatisfaction is odd noises coming from a car and not being able to locate the problem.
  • Other than diagnosing problems, this tech can also be used to help cars in perceiving their environment.

Intelligent machines are not only trying to learn and act like humans, they are beginning to sense their environment like them as well. Latest among them are cars that are getting a sense of hearing that would allow them to enhance their intelligence level by perceiving their environment like humans do.
Continue reading “Cars are learning to hear like humans and self-diagnose problems”

The White House requested input on artificial intelligence, and IBM’s response is a great AI 101

Did you know? The White House requested input on #AI. See @IBM's response:  via @TechCrunch

  • The White House requested input on artificial intelligence, and IBM’s response is a great AI 101
  • Posted 19 hours ago by Devin Coldewey , Contributor
  • Deep learning software knows that a rose is a rose is a rosa rubiginosa Pat launches private beta to help AI understand what you say Google researchers teach AIs to see the important parts of images — and tell you about them
  • In-car cameras let autonomous vehicles track passengers as well as pedestrians
  • First private company to got to Moon | Crunch Report

Read the full article, click here.


@IBMWatson: “Did you know? The White House requested input on #AI. See @IBM’s response: via @TechCrunch”


The field of artificial intelligence is so huge, and the potential applications so numerous, that it would be folly to try to explain it all in one — no,..


The White House requested input on artificial intelligence, and IBM’s response is a great AI 101

The Making of a Cheatsheet: Emoji Edition — Emily Barry

The Making of a Cheatsheet: Emoji Edition  #MachineLearning #DataScience

  • Another thing I love is data science.
  • Linear regression especially is a thing you learn constantly in other contexts and may not realize it’s used in data science.
  • Nor did I set out to make an emoji cheatsheet.
  • There are a few important things in data science that might have just ended up having their own section in a perfect world where a 3-D cheatsheet is a thing.
  • The emoji choices throughout this sheet were very intentional.

Read the full article, click here.


@MikeTamir: “The Making of a Cheatsheet: Emoji Edition #MachineLearning #DataScience”


I’ve mentioned this before, but I really love emoji. I spend so much of my time communicating with friends and family on chat that emoji bring necessary animation to my words that might otherwise look flat on the screen. 💁


The Making of a Cheatsheet: Emoji Edition — Emily Barry

The Making of a Cheatsheet: Emoji Edition — Emily Barry

This is AWESOME!

  • Another thing I love is data science.
  • Linear regression especially is a thing you learn constantly in other contexts and may not realize it’s used in data science.
  • Nor did I set out to make an emoji cheatsheet.
  • There are a few important things in data science that might have just ended up having their own section in a perfect world where a 3-D cheatsheet is a thing.
  • The emoji choices throughout this sheet were very intentional.

Read the full article, click here.


@RasuShrestha: “This is AWESOME! “#MachineLearning: Emoji Edition”

Blog: by @emilyinamillion #DataScience”


I’ve mentioned this before, but I really love emoji. I spend so much of my time communicating with friends and family on chat that emoji bring necessary animation to my words that might otherwise look flat on the screen. 💁


The Making of a Cheatsheet: Emoji Edition — Emily Barry

The Making of a Cheatsheet: Emoji Edition — Emily Barry

#MachineLearning Cheatsheet — the Emoji edition:  #BigData #AI #DataScience

  • Another thing I love is data science.
  • Linear regression especially is a thing you learn constantly in other contexts and may not realize it’s used in data science.
  • Nor did I set out to make an emoji cheatsheet.
  • There are a few important things in data science that might have just ended up having their own section in a perfect world where a 3-D cheatsheet is a thing.
  • The emoji choices throughout this sheet were very intentional.

Read the full article, click here.


@KirkDBorne: “#MachineLearning Cheatsheet — the Emoji edition: #BigData #AI #DataScience”


I’ve mentioned this before, but I really love emoji. I spend so much of my time communicating with friends and family on chat that emoji bring necessary animation to my words that might otherwise look flat on the screen. 💁


The Making of a Cheatsheet: Emoji Edition — Emily Barry

The Making of a Cheatsheet: Emoji Edition — Emily Barry

Amazing! “The Making of a #MachineLearning Cheatsheet: Emoji Edition” by @emilyinamillion

  • Another thing I love is data science.
  • Linear regression especially is a thing you learn constantly in other contexts and may not realize it’s used in data science.
  • There are a few important things in data science that might have just ended up having their own section in a perfect world where a 3-D cheatsheet is a thing.
  • Nor did I set out to make an emoji cheatsheet.
  • Clustering is an extremely useful subset of data science that’s like classification, but not quite.

Read the full article, click here.


@dataandme: “Amazing! “The Making of a #MachineLearning Cheatsheet: Emoji Edition” by @emilyinamillion”


I’ve mentioned this before, but I really love emoji. I spend so much of my time communicating with friends and family on chat, emoji bring necessary animation to my words that might otherwise look flat on the screen. 💁


The Making of a Cheatsheet: Emoji Edition — Emily Barry